Effects of Laser Radiation on Bacteria
Increasing medical application of low-power laser radiation for biostimulation, as well as the application of moderate-power laser radiation for selective destruction of photosensitized tissue, and also the fact that during the surgical application of high-power laser radiation as a “light knife” considerable part of the radiation is scattered around the incision, where it can provoke the biological effects typical for low-power laser radiation, actuelize the question of effects of low and moderate power laser radiation on bacteria which can be present in the operative field.
KeywordsAgar Argon Neral Staphylococcus Dium
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